7/12/15: The State of the Black Child in Detroit / B.A.L.L. Foundation Basketball Camp / Racquet Up Detroit
Stephen Henderson discusses the state of the African-American child in Detroit and how to improve quality of life through educational outreach with Allyson Jones, Vice President of the National Black Child Development Institute.
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Ken Coleman highlights some significant historical moments that happened this week in African-American life in Detroit. Featured figures include Michigan Chronicle’s Bill Matney, newspaper columnist Susan Watson, Detroit Lions’ great Barry Sanders.
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Stephen Henderson talks with Randy Henry and Jade Goodlow about the B.A.L.L. Foundation, a summer basketball camp for Detroit youth, emphasizing healthy life choices and community empowerment and helping kids become well-rounded citizens.
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Racquet Up Detroit is a sports program mentoring Detroit youth in academic and lifelong success. We take a look at the educational strides this program is taking. Episode
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